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Castle Gardens near Kidderminster

New Homes in Kidderminster

Lying on the edge of the beautiful Wyre Forest in the West Midlands, Kidderminster is a large market town a long and rich history. Positioned on the River Stour which flows through the Worcestershire town’s centre, new homes in Kidderminster are less than 15 miles north of county town Worcester


What’s more, the bright lights of Birmingham are less than 20 miles away, making Kidderminster an attractive place to live if you work or like to spend your leisure time in the city. With places like Bromsgrove, Stourbridge and Wolverhampton also nearby, you can start your search and browse our developments closest to Kidderminster below.

  • Folliott's Manor

    Folliott's Manor

    Severn Road, Stourport on Severn, DY13 9HB
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £292,995 to £405,995
  • B5 Central

    B5 Central

    Stratford House Road, Birmingham, B5 7EX
    • 4 bedroom
    • From £460,000
  • Berrington Place

    Berrington Place

    St Luke's Road, Highgate, Birmingham, B5 7LG
  • The Elms

    The Elms

    Shaftmoor Lane, Hall Green, B28 8SN
    • 2 and 4 bedroom
    • £272,995 to £399,995
  • Castle Gardens

    Castle Gardens

    The Bache, Off Wellington Road, Lightmoor Village, TF4 3FQ
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £130,000 to £409,995
  • Rose Meadow

    Rose Meadow

    West Centre Way, Telford, TF3 5FE
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £234,995 to £404,995
  • Deer's Rise

    Deer's Rise

    Pye Green Road, Hednesford, WS12 4LW
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £273,995 to £449,995
  • Hawk Rise

    Hawk Rise

    Leadon Way, Ledbury, HR8 2XW
  • Dunstall Park

    Dunstall Park

    Austen Drive, Tamworth, B78 3BN
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £171,995 to £435,995
  • Fradley Manor

    Fradley Manor

    Hay End Lane, Lichfield, WS13 8NW
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £346,995 to £481,995

Live the Life

Located in Worcestershire in the West Midlands within commuting distance of Birmingham, Kidderminster is a bustling town with an interesting history and plenty of things to see and do. Whether you’re exploring the local parks and nature reserve, enjoying some retail therapy or visiting one of the town’s museums, there’s something for all the family to enjoy close to your new home in Kidderminster.

Things to see and do

Kidderminster became famous for the quality woven carpets made in the area, with the practice showcased at the Museum of Carpet in the town. It’s not just the history of manufacturing to be seen if you fancy a trip back into the past, as the town is also home to Drakelow Tunnels – a former top secret underground military complex which is now a museum – and the Kidderminster Railway Museum.

If you love to get out and explore nature, there is plenty to keep you entertained close to your new home in Kidderminster. You can enjoy a day out at Stone House Cottage Gardens, Brinton Park or Habberley Valley Local Nature Reserve.

If you’re in the mood for some retail therapy, there’s a local street market every Thursday as well as high-street shops at the Swan Centre and Weavers Wharf Shopping Centre. You’ll find history around every corner with several nineteenth century churches in and around the town, most notably St. Mary’s and All Saints that overlooks the River Stour and the canal.

Education

If you’re moving to Kidderminster with a growing family, outstanding schools in the area include both Wilden All Saints Church of England Primary School, and the Stourport High School and Sixth Form Centre.

You or your older children will be able to study for a degree with several universities within commuting distance from your new home in Kidderminster. These include the University of Worcester, the University of Birmingham and the University of Warwick.

Getting to Kidderminster

Whether you’re commuting for work or visiting friends, it’s good to know that Kidderminster is well served by road and rail making it a great choice for commuters working in both Birmingham or Worcester. England’s second city is 17 miles and a 50-minute drive away, while Worcester is closer at 15 miles and around about a half an hours’ drive.

You’ll find a variety of bus routes connecting Kidderminster to the towns and villages in the vicinity as well as two railway stations. Kidderminster Railway Station runs services to Birmingham (40 minutes), Worcester (20 minutes), and offers access to the capital with a journey time of just under three hours and one change at Birmingham Snow Hill. Kidderminster Town Railway Station is a heritage line running from the town to Bridgnorth.

When it’s time to jet off on holiday, Birmingham Airport is just under an hours’ drive away in nearby Solihull